Redpine Signals joins the Open Lab Alliance
Summary: Redpine Signals joins the Open Lab Alliance to accelerate the development of Connected Vehicle and Autonomous Vehicle technologies
Hosted by CETECOM, the OLA has enrolled several industry-leading test and measurement companies, roadside unit (RSU) suppliers, and simulation system tool providers that deliver state of the art automotive test technologies. The OLA promotes a collaborative test environment to the automotive engineering and software development community and offers engineers and designers full access to test tools in a semi-private environment and is available year round at no cost to the end user/developer.
Robert Johnson, Sr. Director of CETECOM’s Automotive Business Unit in the United States mentions, "We are happy to have Redpine Signals join our superior partners. The Redpine Signals’ system will provide our guests with much anticipated V2X interoperability test capability."
Redpine Signals joins founding members: Savari Networks, Ford Motor Company, Anritsu, Tass International, Octoscope, Litepoint, and Spirent. "The Open Lab and its members are committed to freely serve those who desire to advance V2X technology and the interoperability of such." says Robert Johnson.
About Open Lab Alliance
The Open Lab Alliance (OLA) is membership organization comprised of best of breed test and simulation tools that desire to advance the CV and AV technologies via collaboration and resource sharing. By providing access to complex tools, we can accelerate deployment, enable product development and promote useful standards.
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About Redpine Signals, Inc.
Headquartered in San Jose, California, Redpine Signals, Inc., is a fabless semiconductor, IoT devices and wireless system solutions company focusing on innovative, ultra-low power and high-performance products for next-generation wireless applications. Redpine was founded in 2001 and was the first in the industry to launch an ultra-low power and low-cost single-stream 802.11n chipset in late 2007. Again, in 2009 Redpine pioneered the adoption of self-contained 802.11abgn modules into the then emerging IoT market. In 2013, Redpine introduced the world’s first multiprotocol wireless chipset for the Internet of Things market – featuring dual band Wi-Fi, 802.11p, dual-mode BT 4.1, and ZigBee. Redpine has created multiple products based on this chipset including n-Link (hosted), Connect-io-n (embedded), WiSeConnect (advanced embedded secure) and WiSeMCU (MCU and multi-protocol wireless) modules. In 2015, Redpine introduced the award-winning WyzBee IoT platform. Redpine offers technology and products covering multiple market segments in the IoT (industrial, medical, automotive, connected home, connected car, smart energy, building automation and real-time locationing), mobile and networking markets. Redpine’s technology and product portfolio includes chipsets, modules and devices. The company has 220 employees worldwide.
CETECOM is renowned as an independent industry partner for telecommunication technologies. With over 400 employees worldwide, CETECOM offers a series of services that cover various technologies. Beside testing of familiar standards like GSM, WCDMA, LTE, CDMA, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and NFC, CETECOM also performs a wide range of consulting and testing of mobile software applications, OTA Antenna testing, SAR, EMC, Smart Card, field trials, acoustics and batteries. In addition, CETECOM supports new developments in the markets of "internet of things," especially for the domains of connected car and smart energy. CETECOM also participates in the development of global standards and test specifications.
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